Goodbye, “Rock the Vote.” Hello, “Tweet the Vote!” New York City residents are turning to the popular microblogging site as a soapdish to express their feelings about their voting experience on Election Day.
The major party candidates for Connecticut governor are both expressing confidence, as they try to get supporters to the polls.
Democrats, Republicans, elephants, donkeys – what better day to talk to your kids about the importance of voting and our political system than today!
Paladino said the polls have it wrong, just as they did when they predicted he would lose to Rick Lazio in the Republican primary.
Some believe that holding Election Day on the weekend would increase voter turnout.
Voters reported multiple problems during the Sept. 14 primary, when New York state rolled out new automated voting machines for the first time.
It’s now the public’s turn to decide whether elected officials should stay in office for two or three consecutive terms.
The polls have opened for Connecticut’s primary elections as voters begin choosing candidates for governor, U.S. Senate and various state and local races.
Today is the last day to register. There are races for U.S. Senate and Governor.